With FlexiHub’s Redirection Server you can access shared USB-based devices even if they’re located on the other side of the world. That means, the software lets you access devices shared across the Internet even when a direct connection over your local network isn’t possible.
As it’s not an easy matter to manage USB ports available on a host operating system from a virtual machine, FlexiHub is designed to make this process as simple as possible. By virtualizing real USB devices, attached to your computer, with the help of the app, you make them accessible from your guest OS. VMware, Citrix XenDesktop, Microsoft Hyper-V, Virtual PC and other virtualization software are supported by FlexiHub.
When connecting to a device shared over the network with FlexiHub, there is no need to install any drivers neither on a local machine nor on a client side computer.
Thanks to 256-bit SSL encryption deployed by FlexiHub, all your sensitive data can be sent securely from one computer to another. In other words, when you access your virtual USB storage over VPN, you don’t have to worry that some valuable information from your USB device can be intercepted or lost when connecting to a remote machine.
In order to make some of your local USB and COM port devices unavailable for a remote access, you can lock them. Nobody will be able to connect to your VPN USB devices without your permission.
Once a USB device is attached to your computer, the app automatically recognizes the device type displaying it so that you as well as other software users on the network are able to see which device is available for connection (a virtual USB dongle, printer, scanner, mobile phone, etc.). Therefore, whether you need to access a remote mouse or a keyboard located miles away, it’s always easy to find and select the device you need.
With FlexiHub it’s possible to optimize the traffic compression ratio in order to reduce traffic consumption during interaction with your USB VPN devices. This is quite convenient as it lets you increase the data transfer speed when redirecting big volumes of data to a